“Elsa, you said: “My partner is emotional, needy, and dependent. That’s not me or anything…”
Were you being facetious here????”
No I was not being facetious. What Capricorn wants to admit they need anything? That’d be the other guy!
“I’m confused now. Am I supposed to be looking at what’s IN my 7th House AND what the cusp is?”
If so, how to integrate it is the key to something? WHAT?
No you don’t “integrate” it because it is already integrated. Your seventh house is part of you not the other guy. It’s your chart so how could it be theirs?
Forget integrating that which is already integrated. Acknowledge the fact you embody the qualities described by your seventh house.
For example, I have Capricorn rising, Cancer rules my 7th house. It’s me who wants my mommy! The other may also want their mommy but that is irrelevant.
People are confused with the idea the seventh house is the “shadow” or something you have to own. Wrong! The seventh house is what you project . This is for good or ill. A person’s “shadow” is separate issue.
As for all this being a “key” well obviously it is. If I run around my whole life clucking about all the needy dependent people I have pretty much got my head in the sand wouldn’t you say? Of course I want my mother! I don’t have one for Godsakes! Knowing this about myself (rather than projecting it) makes me much more human don’t you think?
What do you think?
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